|Version 6 (modified by dlavigne, 2 years ago) (diff)|
Getting the Source Code
Checking out the code is easy. Make sure you have the git client installed, then run one of the following commands to get a local copy of the desired source:
PC-BSD (Our active branch of development, where new features and ideas are committed and pushed out to users) % git clone git://github.com/pcbsd/pcbsd.git Projects (Source for work-in-progress projects before they go into the mainline pcbsd repo) % git clone git://github.com/pcbsd/pcbsd-projects.git PBI (Location of modules and scripts used to build PBI files on PC-BSD) % git clone git://github.com/pcbsd/pbi.git
Once you have the repo checked out, you're free to browse it on your local filesystem. To update the repo to any new revisions however, you need to issue the "pull" command.
cd /path/to/repository git pull